BECOME A MEMBER
Our partnership consists of sector professionals and organisations.
Are you using ARTS, CULTURE, HERITAGE or CREATIVE MEDIA with children and young people in Sandwell? Thinking of becoming a SCEP member?
Go ahead, it’s quick and easy to do and there are so many benefits and it’s FREE!:
Monthly newsletters with information on regional events, opportunities and activities;
Opportunity to meet, connect and collaborate with arts, cultural and education; leads/teachers and organisations working in Sandwell and surround areas;
Share and showcase all that is happening in Sandwell for children and young people;
Develop local, regional and national strategic policies and agendas to strengthen resources in Sandwell;
Appoints to our Management Board or Steering Committees;
Gain our electronic SCEP badge and framed Certificate upon completing your pledge application.
Sandwell Cultural Education Partnership (SCEP) supports the development of arts award across Sandwell. Arts Award is a range of unique qualifications that inspire children and young people from 5 up to 25 to get involved in art in all its forms from dance, drama and music to fine art, sculpture and digital art. It develops creative, rounded learners who can use their skills across the curriculum and take these skills into the wider world.
For more information please contact Becky (Arts Award Manager) at R.Thompson6@wlv.ac.uk, 0121 446 3204 or visit http://www.artsconnect.co.uk/what-were-doing/arts-award
Arts Award helps those responsible for teaching and learning to structure and manage experiences that fit in with children and young people’s maturing perceptions of society and their aspirations for their role within it.
Professor Mick Waters
University of Wolverhampton
Sandwell Cultural Education Partnership (SCEP) supports the development of Artsmark across Sandwell. Artsmark recognises schools and other settings that are making the arts come alive and it is a valuable tool for enriching arts provision, whatever the starting point of your school or setting.
The Artsmark programme has an application process that is light on paperwork and flexible to each setting. It provides access to networks of arts and cultural organisations who can work with you to inspire and motivate young people and staff.
Artsmark is open to all primary, secondary, independent and special schools in England, sixth form colleges, pupil referral units and Youth Offending Services.
For more information please contact Helen (Senior Programme Manager:Artsmark Manager) at Helen.Frost@wlv.ac.uk, 0121 446 3204 or visit http://www.artsconnect.co.uk/what-were-doing/artsmark/
Our Artsmark journey has been crucial in helping shape our thinking, give us new ideas and a sense of purpose. Our regional Bridge organisation has been very supportive in encouraging strategic support and making links with local partners.
Sandwell Youth Offending Service Manager